Description of cucumber variety Khutorok F1, features of cultivation and yield

Description of cucumber variety Khutorok F1, features of cultivation and yield

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When choosing which variety of cucumbers to plant, many gardeners prefer early ripening varieties. Especially for the impatient lovers of fresh vegetables from the garden, the artisan breeders have brought out the cucumber Khutorok F1. This super-brisk hybrid won't keep you waiting long for the first harvest. And in just a month, it will delight you with crispy green babies.

Features of the hybrid

Cucumber of the Khutorok F1 variety is a super early ripening hybrid of the bee-pollinated type. Differs in high productivity. Begins to bear fruit 30 days after germination.

Description of the plant:

  • vigorous, but weakly braided;
  • leaves of medium size, dark green;
  • the type of flowering is predominantly female;
  • ovary forms well;
  • yield - 4–5.5 kg per plant;
  • developed immunity to real and downy mildew, as well as to root rot.

Reviews of vegetable growers indicate that the hybrid variety Khutorok F1 is resistant to temperature extremes, fruiting does not stop both at low temperatures and in the sun.

Fruit characteristics:

  • small cucumbers - length 10–12 cm, diameter 3.5–4 cm;
  • oval-cylindrical shape;
  • weight from 80 to 100 grams;
  • surface small tubercles, sparse tubercles with black spines;
  • deep green color with short light stripes;
  • greens are dense and crispy, without bitterness.

Khutorok F1 cucumbers are suitable for universal use in cooking. Thanks to their excellent taste and neat shape, they are ideal for salads and canning, as well as for decorating dishes.

Growing recommendations

Cucumber Khutorok is intended for cultivation in open and closed ground, and experienced vegetable growers have adapted to grow it on balconies:

  • With the seedling method of cultivation, the seeds are sown at the beginning of May, and in open ground - from the end of May to the beginning of June.
  • Before sowing, the seeds are soaked in warm water for a day.
  • The soil for planting is prepared in advance. In cucumbers, the root system is superficial, does not take deep roots, therefore, for their full development, they need fertile soil. For this, a cucumber garden should be prepared in the fall: dig up and apply organic fertilizers - rotten manure or compost. If the soil is acidic, it should be limed.
  • The planting pattern is 40x40 cm. The seeds are buried no more than 2-3 cm, sprinkled with earth on top and spilled abundantly with warm water.
  • After sowing and before the emergence of seedlings, the seedlings are covered with a film or non-woven material.
  • Cucumber is a moisture-loving plant, it is especially important not to allow the soil to dry out during the active formation of ovaries and fruits. Water the cucumbers only with warm water. The best option for retaining moisture is mulching the plantings with cut grass. In addition, mulch suppresses the growth of weeds and prevents soil compaction from frequent watering, which will provide the root system with oxygen without loosening.
  • It is not recommended to loosen the cucumbers, as the roots are located close to the surface and are easily damaged. Instead, you can use a pitchfork and puncture the ground 10-15 cm deep.

Regular and timely harvesting prolongs the fruiting period and increases the yield of cucumbers.

Tips for growing cucumbers indoors

At home, Khutorok cucumbers can be grown all year round, the main thing is to create optimal conditions for the normal growth and development of plants:

  • In winter (October to March), the cucumbers will need additional lighting.
  • The place for growing should be chosen on the sunny side (windowsill or balcony).
  • If the humidity level is low at home, it is recommended to place small containers of water next to the plantings. Regular spraying of plants will be useful. But the best option, if possible, is to cover the cucumbers with foil to create a greenhouse effect.
  • It is important to remember that the Khutorok cucumber does not pollinate on its own; it needs bees to form fruit. Therefore, when grown in a city apartment, you should take care of pollination. You can use a soft brush for this.

Subject to all the care requirements, Khutorok will delight you with fresh delicious cucumbers all year round.


Svetlana, Moscow: “I planted the farm last year. I liked the cucumbers. Sparsely lumpy, black-spiky, sweetish in taste and very aromatic. They were mostly eaten fresh ”.

Elena, Bryansk: “Cucumber Khutorok is not only the very first in early maturity, it is also prolific. You have to harvest often, otherwise it quickly outgrows. "

Svetlana, Krasnoyarsk: “Last year I planted a hybrid Khutorok F1 - very productive. The cucumbers are tender, crispy and tasty. "

Yuri, Yekaterinburg: “I grow different varieties, but Khutorok has taken a strong position in the cucumber garden. The hybrid withstands unfavorable weather conditions, is rather unpretentious in care, very early ripening and tasty. "

Olga, Moscow: “Hybrid Khutorok is the earliest cucumber and very tasty. It is simply irreplaceable for salads. The pimples are rare and small, the skin is tender, there are almost no seeds inside. I grow it on a trellis. The hybrid is consistently pleasing with its high yield. "

Elena, Kaluga region: “Khutorok planted cucumbers in a greenhouse in May, surprisingly fruiting until September. I have never seen such even and long-term fruiting ”.

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